A set of small utilities for PHP.
A set of small utilities for PHP 7.2+.
Believe it or not, different PHP installations can have different default values for generating query strings. This class uses explicit rules so that query strings are always generated exactly the same way. Leverages
http_build_query() under the hood.
<?php use SimplePie\UtilityPack\Util\QueryString; echo QueryString::build([ 'limit' => 'a', 'order' => 'b', 'offset' => 'c', ]); #=> limit=a&order=b&offset=c
Simple constants for time. Makes time calculations easier to read and understand.
<?php use SimplePie\UtilityPack\Util\Time; echo sprintf('%s, %s, %s', 1 * Time::SECOND, 2 * Time::SECONDS, 10 * Time::SECONDS); #=> 1, 2, 10 echo sprintf('%s, %s, %s', 1 * Time::MINUTE, 2 * Time::MINUTES, 10 * Time::MINUTES); #=> 60, 120, 600 echo sprintf('%s, %s, %s', 1 * Time::HOUR, 2 * Time::HOURS, 10 * Time::HOURS); #=> 3600, 7200, 36000 echo sprintf('%s, %s, %s', 1 * Time::DAY, 2 * Time::DAYS, 10 * Time::DAYS); #=> 86400, 172800, 864000 echo sprintf('%s, %s, %s', 1 * Time::WEEK, 2 * Time::WEEKS, 10 * Time::WEEKS); #=> 604800, 1209600, 6048000 echo 0.5 * Time::YEAR; #=> 15778800
You can also use the standard ISO-8601 format, with second granularity, and set to UTC “Zulu” time (using the Z annotation).
<?php use SimplePie\UtilityPack\Util\Time; echo gmdate(Time::FORMAT_ISO8601_ZULU); #=> 2017-05-28T01:46:06Z
You can easily get the scalar type or classname of any object.
<?php use SimplePie\UtilityPack\Util\Types; echo Types::getClassOrType( new \SimpleXMLElement('<xml/>') ); #=> SimpleXMLElement echo Types::getClassOrType( new DateTime( 'now', new DateTimeZone('UTC') ) ); #=> DateTime echo Types::getClassOrType('string')); #=> string echo Types::getClassOrType(111)); #=> integer echo Types::getClassOrType(111.0)); #=> double echo Types::getClassOrType(true)); #=> boolean echo Types::getClassOrType(false)); #=> boolean
PSR-1/2/5/12/19 are a solid foundation, but are not an entire coding style by themselves. We automate a large part of our style requirements using PHP CS Fixer and PHP CodeSniffer. (The things that we cannot yet automate are documented in the SimplePie NG Coding Standards.)
These can be applied/fixed automatically by running the (lightweight) linter:
Additionally, in our quest to write excellent code, we use a variety of tools to help us catch issues with what we've written, including:
|Linting Tools||PHP CS Fixer, PHP CodeSniffer|
|QA Tools||PDepend, PHPLOC, PHP Copy/Paste Detector, PHP Code Analyzer|
|Static Analysis||Phan, PHPStan, Psalm, PHP Dependency Analysis|
These reports can be generated by running the (heavyweight) analyzer:
The SimplePie project is a labor of love. Development of the next-generation of SimplePie was started in June 2017 as because it's a project I love, and I believe our community would benefit from this tool.
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